I'm not sure if this will become a series, but as a stand alone it was pretty good, solid narration. Almost reminds me of a Jack Reacher story except John Puller is in the Army still, (meant as a strong compliment). We listened to it in one sitting (long drive) and it keep us on our toes, solid ending, not a total surprise but a good job of keeping you guessing.
Dick Hill is a master, we really enjoy his narration. A friend of ours is just stating to listen to Reacher, I suggested he listen to this one early on, helps to tie together many of the other books (heard them all!). I wonder where Lee will take Reacher next?!?!?
While this may be a long listen, that is because it is a long story, one that is defintely worth the time. Takes place over several decades, Stuart makes a good transition from Chief to Chief. Interesting story line (being from Georgia) in that Stuart defintely got the culture part right. Interesting how it corelates to actual facts and timelines with the characters names changed. If you have the time this is one of the books that made Woods a good author.
Great story, unfortunately they use too many distracting sound effects, I would recommend you skip listening to this one and insted read it. This is one of Patterson's shorter books anyway.
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